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King of the Ditch

Time: May 27, 2012 from 11am to 5pm
Location: Bulleen Snake Bowl
Street: Swanston St
City/Town: Tempelstowe Lower
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Phone: 0400 553 408
Event Type: fundraiser, -, reach, foundation
Organized By: Aaldert VanDenBerg
Latest Activity: May 29, 2012

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Event Description

King of the Ditch is a slalom longboarding event at the Bulleen Snake Bowl in Templestowe Lower . 


27th May 2012

11.00 am to 5.00 pm

$750 worth of prizes thanks to Mac's Skate Shop

Entertainment will be provided by the skaters competing to win their share of $750 worth of prizes thanks to Mac's Skate Shop. Everyone’s welcome to attend and marvel at the speedy longboard slalomers showing their mad skills. DJ Joey and friends will be on the decks spinning beats to keep your mojo going and Monster Energy will also be handing out free merch!

Food and Drinks will be available to purchase on the day.

Three different age groups and a Plastic's Class 

Skaters under 18 years of age MUST have parental / guardian consent and have their parent / guardian sign the entry form.

The entry form can be downloaded here KofD%20entry%20from.pdfor availble on the day

$10 entry and FREE to watch

All ages drug and alcohol free event.

Proceeds go to the Reach Foundation

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Comment by Aaldert VanDenBerg on May 29, 2012 at 15:18

Thanks for all your help Bernie and Wayne and to all the skaters that made it down to Bulleen on Sunday. We're all so happy the rain stayed away and with the turn out. Cheers, Al 

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Comment by DA BEAR on May 27, 2012 at 19:19

And not forgetting,

Best "Multiple" Slams, Hamish McIntyre.


Womens Open winner, Leah Harrison.

ASRA Admin
Comment by bernie on May 27, 2012 at 19:12

After a damp start the rain stayed away for a day of hot ditch racing at the Bullen Snake Run. Highlights of the day were Dylan Baddely blitzing the field outright with three 6.81's, and Mitchell McCulloch, and the youngest racer Owen Rice running 2nd & 3rd in Under 15,  and 1st & 2nd in the Plastic class, proving that courage and stoke to be your best is way more important than what you skate on.

Thanks to Mac's Skate, Monster, Swinburne Uni & ASRA for a great day.

Results: Open

1 Marty Kent           7.06
2 Hamish Cheyne           7.13
3 Nick Sable           7.22
4 Jamie Sheahan           7.22

Under 25

1 Dylan Baddely U25           6.81
2 Michael Mifsud U25           6.85
3 Chris O'Brien U25           7.10
4 Andrew Bowden U25           7.28

Under 15

1 Eric Kroyherr U15           7.90
2 Mitchell McCulloch U15 Penny           8.69
3 Owen Rice U15 Penny         12.00

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Comment by DA BEAR on May 26, 2012 at 18:40


Comment by Aaldert VanDenBerg on May 26, 2012 at 18:25

The weathers not looking to bad tomorrow so were still going ahead with it. We've got a couple of ideas to keep it dry if we do get some showers.

See you all there. 

Comment by Aaldert VanDenBerg on May 26, 2012 at 12:01

Yeah it still could be ok, going to go have a look at the site this arvo to make sure it not to muddy after yesterday. We'll have a talk and check the forecast then and update everyone. 

Comment by Braden on May 26, 2012 at 0:14

postpone sounds like a plan...but hey it might be o.k....

25cm at Falls Creek is the good news.

Comment by Oliver 'OJ' Smith on May 25, 2012 at 21:39 what do we rekon about the weather so far crew?

Comment by Aaldert VanDenBerg on May 24, 2012 at 22:50

We will have to postpone it if its to bad or use marquess to try and cover it and just make a run down the middle just using some of the banks. They weather channel thinks that there will be up to 5mm so that's not to bad. 

Comment by Braden on May 24, 2012 at 21:38

Back up plan if weather bad?


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